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THE WOOD HIGH 

'58 




HARRY E. WOOD HIGH SCHOOL 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 

VOLUME 2 



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OUR SCHOOL IS OUR WORLD 

The world of education saw a new satellite appear on its horizon 
in 19531. It became known as Harry E. Wood High School, a school 
world of seventeen hundred students. In this world the school day of- 
fers, to each student, the opportunity to make friends and to gain an 
education fitted to his own needs. Individuals hurry to classes, to lunch, 
to clubs, to special events, living a full and satisfying life. 

Thus the days have come and gone, leaving the memories you find 
caught in the pages of this book. 






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HEART OF OUR ORBIT 



STOP AND SHOP 



The library sends its rays into all corners of 
our school. Whatever the need, Ann McKenzie, 
Marilyn Sheppherd and Carol McCarty, student 
librarians, are always willing to help. 



Pencils, pens, paper and paraphernalia of all 
kinds are the implements that keep our world 
moving. No one escapes a trip to the bookstore. 





FRIENDLY ADVICE 

To Mr. Chadd, Dean of Boys, come many 
students for advice and counciling. 



UNFAILING INTEREST 

Mrs. Eagle, Dean of Girls, consults Harriet 
Mathewson, Ruth Ann Stewart, and Shirley Hen- 
dricks about their present and future plans. 







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SCHOOL SPIRIT 



We're from Wood and no one could be prouder." 
This is the motto with which students back the teams of 
Wood High School. 

The team may be eleven husky football heroes or 
three talkative debaters, but the same spirit applies in all 
community and city-wide activities in which the school 
participates. 





FOOD AND FUN 

Mixing these ingredients, the lunch room hour 
passes all too quickly. 



VISITORS ARE WELCOME 

Into our world come visitors from other lands. 
Arriving here is D|. fFufit Baijrrujr from Turke 





TRIUMPHFUL TALENT 



Through the year the auditorium becomes the gateway to musical concerts, dramatic presentations, and 
the fabulous world of live entertainment. Students, teachers and community talent share the spotlight. 
Among the outstanding events of the year are the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Faculty Talent 
Show, the Showcase, Thespian Troupe Plays and Musical Programs. 

These shows bring a welcome change to our daily lives. Shown on this page are the Indianapolis Sym- 
phony Orchestra with Izler Solomon; the French quartet from one of the student talent shows; a scene from 
the play, Seventeen Is Terrific, and an unidentified group of teachers from the^fculty Talent Show. 






EASY TO LOOK AT 

Ruth Cummings, Senior, reigned as queen of 
the Hallowe'en party sponsored by the Madison 
Avenue Merchant's Association. 



HOLD THAT SMILE 

Pamela Lewis, chosen football queen by stu- 
dent vote was crowned by Vice-Principal Glenn 
Miller at the annual football auditorium. 





PLANS GALORE!! 

The Wood High School P.T.A. brings the 
home into the school. The co-operation between 
parents and teachers makes possible many and 
various activities for the student body. 



PICKLE IN THE MIDDLE 

The annual Dad s Club Fish Fry proved a 
huge success as the first project of the year. 





"NOW HEAR THIS" 

The daily announcements, by Mr. A. K. Jones, 
are brought into each homeroom every morning 
by the Public Address System. 



FAVORITE RENDEZVOUS 

The open door of the cottage is the sign of 
hospitality to social events for students, teachers 
and guests. 




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BUDDING AUTHORS 

English, the axis of our world is required of 
all students in the school for six semesters supple- 
mented by additional electives. 



FOLLOW THAT LIGHT 

The shadow scope is no mystery to ninth 
graders, who spend six weeks in the Reading Lab- 
oratory. 






SATALLITE CHATTERINGS 



School news is published bi-weekly in the Megaphone. 
The sponsor, Mrs. Shipley, and her staff Mary Armour, 
Anita Houghland, John Williams, Lena Martin, Sharon 
Baird, Jerry Shane with Rosalie Stanton, Editor, plan the 
next issue. 



NEWS HOUNDS 




Meteorites in the newspaper world are the many students who serve in the paper's 
publication. 





THE EXPLORER II 



LAUNCHING THE LOG on a successful journey requires the co-operation of Virginia Wright, editor, 
and her associates: LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Wheeler, Mary Ann Kerr, Sonja Snyder. SECOND ROW: Mrs. 
Schilling, sponsor, Rose Lillard, Rosalie Stanton, Mrs. Green, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Ray Hendricks, Ted Fox, 
and Cliff Duffer, as well as homeroom salesmen and Mrs. Clark, Advisor. 





FROM OUTER SPACE??? 



Anything may come to light in a biology class. 
Here, Sandra Hill and Delbert Sanders are trying to 
analyze one specie. 



ADVENTURES INTO 
THE UNKNOWN 



Scientists on our world are represented by Joe 
Terrill, Harold Bratton, and Bill Phillips in Chemistry 
Lab. 



THE MAGIC FORMULA 



Mathematics points the way into the future for 
Richard Kinney and Bill Phillips. 







OTHER WORLDS 

Wood's Woodchucks explore other lands and 
other cultures in Social Studies. Dale Lewis, Ray 
Miller and Mr. Hill examine the globe for distant 
destinations. 



TRENDS OF THE TIMES 



During a class in Economics, Don Vibbert 
and Frances Murff present a chart of financial 
fluctuations to other members. 






A VISION CAPTURED 



Inspiration and initiative are never lacking in our art 
classes on the third floor. The opportunity to create is an in- 
centive which urges the artists to greater effort. 




STAR-SPANGLED RHYTHM 



Many bright and shining lights appear in the Wood High choir. Various appearances are made by this 
select group during the school year. Honored with membership in this choir are: 



1st ROW: Dorothy Hill, Ronald Wick, and Judy Brown. 

2nd ROW: Virginia Wright, Nancy Barr, Rayburn Stockinger, Ted Fox, Barbara Wheat, and Ruthellen Kep- 

sot. 

3rd ROW: Sandra Hill, Monford Sprong, James Fuqua, Tom Grimsley, Mike Ellis, Harriet Mathewson, and 

Barbara Hansen. 

4th ROW: Marilyn Bennett, Larry Fuqua, Delroy Wheat, John Williams, Larry Gribben, Larry Miller and 

Doris Gholdson. 




STANDING: Mary Ellen Dunn, Ray Childers, Roscoe Ray, Tom Nichols, Ronnie Sullivan, James Terrill, Mr. 
SEATED- Mike Medlock, Bill Styring, Vernon Goodin, Gloria Bramlet, Joe Johnson, Don Cordell, Tom Chandler, 
SECOND: Wilma Price, Nancy Gardner, Charlotte Pritchett, Anita Hougland, Toni Willis, James Shields, 
THIRD: Jean Cook, Richard Lawson, Tom Richardson, Ken Crawley, Rosalie Stanton, Lynn Schreiber, Patty 




HEAR THAT BEAT! 



From classical favorites to modern jazz, the 
Wood High School bands are always willing to per- 
form at games, auditoriums and special occasions. 




Brittan, director. 

Bill Childers, Eddie Calvert, Jerry Claus, Lee Morse, Steve Dayhuff, Mike Jeffries, Bob Burgett. 
Eddie Damrell, Bill Price, Steve Richards, Bill Chapman, James Canady, Ruth Ellen Kesot. 
Dennison, Judy McBride, Steven Stanton. 



GIRLS! WHIRLS! TWIRLS! 



The Marching Majorettes make a pleasant diver- 
sion as they toss their silver wands into space. They 
are, BACK ROW: Carolyn Long, Tinda Sears, Connie 
Sears, Shiela Albright, Genieveve Yates. FRONT: Lor- 
ene Melton, Donna Jarrel, Rosemary Hargis, Earlene 
Hammond, Alice Harris. 





VOICES FROM HEAVEN 



Goldenaires are LEFT TO RIGHT- Linda Saters, Margaret Smith, John- 
ny Necessary, Carol Coulter, and Janie Jenkins. 2nd ROW: Carol 
Pedego, Donna Eldndge, Ruthellen Kesot, Bonnie McCoin, Mearylean 
Adams, Doris Constant, and Romana Meril. 3rd ROW: Delores Clark, 
Kathy Dean, Harriett Mathewson, Sandra Carter, Delia Murff, and 
Nancy Fulton 4th ROW: Lorraine Thomerson, Irene Bays, Brenda 
Bays, Brenda Horton, Joyce Jackson, Grace Fields, and Virginia 
Wright. 



LET MUSIC RESOUND 



Boy's Concert Club members are LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Mullinix, Rich- 
ard McDaniels, Bob Pierpont, David Peed, Jerry Shane, Calvin Hurt, 
Dale Lewis, Don Bean, Delbert Padgett, James Canady, Raymond 
Mozingo. 2nd ROW: Bernard Karamanas, Bill Settles, Dean Moore, 
Steve Stanton, Tom Rose, John Loflin, Bob Wetzel, Wesley Swails, 
and David Brown. 3rd ROW- Norman Mills, Herbert Lepper, Elmer 
Linne, Vince Brandlein, Teddy Fox, Don Lillard, John. Williams, Ken 
ny Hendnckson, Willie Smith, Paul Maak. 4th ROW: Myron Wright, 
Tony Rumple, James Kingery, Larry Cloyd, Michael Ellis, Larry Mil- 
ler, Frank McGrone, Wayne Coons, Ray Miller, Roy Barrett, Jerry 
Lee. 




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UP IN THE AIR 



Perfect coordination is required of Mary Ann Kerr, Carol Coulter, Elaina 
Barr, Linda Lindop, and Kay Chicola as they form an intricate pyramid. 




MECHANICAL AGE 



Under the direction of Mrs. Green, Sandra Smith 
and Norma Waldrip become proficient members of 
the class in Office Machines. 



A TALKING MACHINE 



Pamela Lewis listens to a voice dictating words 
spoken at an earlier convenience, thereby gaining 
experience in actual Secretarial Practices. 



A PLANNED FUTURE 



Pearl Dantz doesn't need a crystal ball to see her 
future, The Placement Bureau, under the guidance of 
Mr. Vornholt, directs students into work experience 
while still attending school. 



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EVERY MINUTE COUNTS 



Time waits for no mpn! These girls have 
found it doesn't wait for women either, if they 
want to be successful in Typing. 



BOTH HANDS ON THE WHEEL 

Another needed skill of our times is safe driv- 
ing. Mr. Fox demonstrates the right way to park. 



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SHAVINGS OF WOOD 

Tom Richardson, under the direction of Mr. 
Murphy, demonstrates the correct use of the 
plane in Wood Shop. 



HOT WIRES 

Build your own radio in Electric Shop. Lar- 
ry Hall assembles his set of tubes, wires, and coils. 



T+Z^ = BLUEPRINT MAN THAT MACHINE 



Bill Phillips and Ray Norton are learning the 
fundamentals of Mechanical Drawing by figuring 
out construction problems. 



Perfect timing is required of Joe Dudley to 
turn out precise products in Metal Shop. 




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SPIC AND SPAN 

The cottage adds a touch of home to the 
school. Girls from Home Economics classes, Caro- 
lyn Botscheller, Karla Davis, Betty Board, and 
Florena Hutchinson, prepare the home for a so- 
cial event. 

A HELPING HAND 

Mary Ann Kerr receives professional care 
from Carol Pedigo and Barbara TeVault in Home 
Nursing. 



PATTERNS OF FASHION 

Up-to-date styles are created from a yard of 
material and sewing know-how. Carol Devney 
and Diane Condon add the finishing touches to 
their semester project. 

OUT OF THIS WORLD 

Tasty Treats are skillfully prepared by Doro- 
thy Prince and Betty Lang in the Home Economics 
Department. 






LIGHTS OF LEARNING 

A steady glow surrounds our satallite, Wood High School. This 
glow envelopes the many opportunities offered students in the occupa- 
tional courses. Here, in a barbering class, theory and practice are join- 
ed in the enviable opportunity of combining book knowledge with 
actual experience. Students receive training in many trades of the busi- 
ness world and are able to step quickly into their own niche as they 
leave our school world. 



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BEAUTY IS OUR BUSINESS 

A new hair style is just like a new hat to a 
woman. In Beauty Culture girls from all over the 
city join Wood students in learning the secrets of 
good grooming. 



TOOTH OR 

CONSEQUENCES 

Preparation for a career as a dental assistant 
is another opportunity for students to train for the 
future. Mrs. Marjorie Carr, instructor, is shown 
pointing out the functions of the teeth. 





IVY LEAGUE UPKEEP 

Cleaning and Pressing gives the interested 
students useable knowledge and a chance for a 
well paying job after graduation. A modern clean- 
ing plant is operated in the heart of the school. 



TECHNICIANS OF 

TRANSPORTATION 

The wheels on which our world moves are 
kept in perfect upkeep by the Body and Fender 
classes. The talents of these boys are in constant 
demand by many teachers and students. 





"CAN SHE BAKE AN APPLE PIE? 



Commercial Food classes have a steady 
stream of patrons when lunch periods roll around 
each day. These girls are learning how to bake 
fruit pies for fifteen hundred hungry scholars. 



IT'S A MAN'S WORLD, TOO 

Kenneth Dobbins is one of the many boys who 
is learning the restaurant business while still in 
school. 




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THE SOLE OF THE MATTER 



"Putting the best foot forward" seems to be the 
motto of the Shoe Repair classes. Well kept shoes are 
essential as we walk on the roads of our world. 







FACING FORWARD 



People in our school world come in all shapes and sizes. Each con- 
tributes his share as a member of our society. A feeling of friendship 
prevails from the loftiest senior to the humblest seventh grader, reach- 
ing teachers, custodians and the two office staffs. Everyone is familiar 
with most of the faces met from day to day, and as our world moves 
on into space many of these faces will become the beloved ones, re- 
membered long after we are launched into a new stratosphere. 













SS OFFICERS 




SENIORS 



AVNAIM, RALPH 

Math, Science, English, History 

Cross Country, Track, Lettermen's Club 

BAKER, RICHARD WALLACE 
Math, Science, English 
Football, Basketball, Track 



BARRA, ANITA MAE 

Business, Science, History, English 

Bible Club, .F.N.C. 

BOARD, BETTY JEAN 
English, Business 
F.B.L.A., Audio Visual 




BOTSCHELLER, CAROLYN 
Business, English, Home Economics 
F.B.L.A., Audio Visual 

BOWMAN, MILDRED LORETTA 
Clothing, English, Business 
Student Council, F.B.L.A. 



BOYD, ALICE DEWAYNE 

English, History, Beauty Culture, Business 

Hewetts 

BREWINGTON, MARTHA DARLENE 
Science, Business, English 
R.N.C., Hewetts 








BRITTON, PATRICIA ALICE 
English, History 
Thespians 



BUMPS, GERALD LEROY 

Commercial Foods, English 
Bee-Bops Club 



SENIORS 



CAPPS, YVONNE DEAN 

Math, English, Latin, History, Science 

Cheerleading, Student Council, Thespians 

CARTER, JACK EUGENE 
English, History, Shop, Science 
Football, Track, Wrestling 



CAVENY, THOMAS WAYNE 
English, Auto Body, Math, Business 

CLARK, MARIANNE 

English, Business, Spanish, History 

Hewettes 



COLWELL, MARGARET ALICE 

English, Social Studies, Beauty Culture, Math 

Honor Society, Stage Crew 

CUMMINGS, RUTH ANN 
Business, History, English, Spanish 
Vice-Pres. of Senior Class, Senior Honor So- 
ciety, Varsity Cheerleader 



DANZ, PEARL FERN 
Beauty Culture, English 
Historian of Tri-Hi-Y 

DAVIS, JOANN 

English, History, Science, Math, Business 






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DAVIS, JUDY 
English, Business 

DEVNEY, JUDY ANN 
English, Home Economics 
Varsity Cheerleading, Hi-Fi 




SENIORS 




DUFFER, VERNON CLIFFORD 

English, Math, Science 

Key Club, Yearbook Staff, School Bank 

EDWARDS, JOE RICHARD 

English, Barbering, History, Business 



EVANS, LEONARD MICHEAL 
Cleaning and Pressing 

FOX, THEODORE 

English, Math, Music, History 

Key Club, Choir 



HALL, MELLIE ELIZABETH 
Business, History, English 

HANSEN, BARBARA JEAN 
English, Business 

Varsity Cheerleading, Thespians, UN Re- 
presentative 



HARACE, PHYLLIS JUNE 
Business, English 

HARGIS, ROSEMARY RUTH 

English, Art 

Pep Band, Drum Majorette, Orchestra 



HARPER, GEORGE MARION 
English, Body Shop 

HEATH, HLORIA BURNETTE 
Beauty Culture, English 



SENIORS 



HENDRICK, RAYMOND LOUIS 

Math, Science 

Senior Class President, Key Club 

HENDRICK, SHIRLEY 

English, Home Economics 

Hewettes, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Honor Society 



HOGAN, ROBERT FRANCIS 
English, Business, History 

HOGAN, ROSEMARY FRANCES 
English, History, Music, Business 



HOLLAWAY, KENNETH 
English, Science, Algebra 

HUTCHINS, JOHNETTA 

Business, English 

Future Nurses, Debate Club, Hewetts 



JANELSINS, RUTA 

Business, English 

Hewetts, Tri-Hi-Y, Future Business Leaders 

KECK, JAMES TYSON 

English, Barbering, Industrial Arts, History 



KESOT, RUTHELLEN 
Music, English, History 
Student Conductor, Band, Hi Fi 

KINNEY, RICHARD EARL 

Math, English, Science 

Key Club, Bank, Student Council 




SENIORS 




LAWSON, ROBERT CHARLES 

English, History 

Pep Band, Dance Band, Bank 

LEE, DARLENE SARAH 

Beauty Culture, English, Clothing 



LEWIS, PAMALA DARLENE 

Business, English 

Tri-Hi-Y, Hewetts, National Senior Honor Society 

LILLARD, ROSE EDNA 

English, Business 

Yearbook Staff, F.B.L.A., School Reporter for Quiz 

Em on the Air 



LONG, MARION LEON 
Math, Science 

LORICx, WILSON HUGHES 
English, Barbering, History, Shop 
Basketball, Football, Lettermen's Club 



MARTIN, ELNORA LAVINYA 

English, Business 

F.N.C 

McKEE, JAMES 
English, Math 
Key Club 



McKENZIE, ANN ELIZABETH 

History, English 

Library Ass't., H.S.L.A., Student Council 



SENIORS 



MILLER, LARRY HOWARD 
English 

MILLER, LARRY LEE 
English, Choir 
Showcase 



MURFF, FRANCES MAE 
Clothing, English 
Hewettes 

OTT, SHARON KAY 

English, History 

Foods, Business Education 








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PARKS, CARL 

Cleaning and Pressing, English 

PEALE, IDA 

English, Home Economics 



PHILLIPS, JOHN EUGENE 
English, Auto Body 
Wrestling, Golf 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM VAUGHN 

Science, Math 

Honor Society, Quiz em Team, Senior Class 

Treasurer 



POEHLER, RANCE WARREN 

English, History 

Salesmanship Club, Basketball, Junior Town 

Meeting 

PRICE, KATHERINE 
English, Home Economics 





SENIORS 



REMMELL, HERBERT RONALD 
English, Math 

RICHARDS, WANDA MAY 
History, English 



RUSSELL, MARIAN 
English, Football 
Queen Court, Showcase 

SHERMAN, ARLETTE MARIE 
English, Business 
Choir, F.B.L.A., D.E.C.A. 



SMITH, LAURETTA JEAN 
Home Economics, Business 

SMITH, SANDRA JEAN 



SNYDER, SONJA KAY 
English, Business 
Honor Society 

SPRONG, MONFORD RESTEL 

English, Business 

Choir 



STANTON, LOUISE ROSALIE 

English, Editor 

Megaphone, Band, Honor Society 

STOCKINGER, RAYBURN DEON 

English, Business 

Key Club, Wrestling, Concert Club 



SENIORS 



STONE, NORVIN SAM 

Math, English 

Key Club, Student Council 

STRICKLAND, MARJORIE ANN 
English, History 



TATE, GEORGE RAYMOND 
English, History 

TEVAULT, BERTHA 
English, Com. Foods 



VAUGHN, FRANK 
English, Com. Foods 

VIBBERT, DON HAYES 
English, History 



WALDRIP, NORMA JEAN 

Business, English 

Quiz em Team, Honor Society, F.B.L.A. 

WHALING, ANNE THERESE 
Beauty Culture, English, History 



WHEAT, DELROY 
Art, English 
Cheerleader, Yearbook 

WRIGHT, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 
Business, English, History 
Yearbook, Goldnaires 




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JUNIORS 

Allen, Sherman; Ballard, Richard; Banks, Wil- 
liam; Barker, Rebecca; Blakemore, Carlene; 
Born, Narvy; Bova, Tony; Branham, Lee; Brat- 
ton, Betty. 



Brown, George; Campbell, Robert; Carter, 
Bob; Carter, Sondra; Carter, Terry; Chester, 
Judy; Chew, Bill; Cobb, Melvin; Collins, Shar- 
on. 



Constant, Doris; Cook, Jean; Coons, Wayne; 
Crowe, Jim; Dietrich, Harold; Duff, Ella; 
Dunn, Ellen; Dunn, Robert; Elliott, Anna. 



Ellis, Michael; Elliston, Earl; Evans, Corrine; 
Fields, Grace; Fish, Bela; Fraley, Shirley; Fu- 
qua, James; Gholdson, Fred; Graston, Buddy. 



Gregory, Geneva; Harris, James; Hickman, 
James; Hill, Dorothy; Hudson, Ronald; Hunt, 
Tom; Jarrell, Donna; Jenkins, William; Jones, 
Sharon. 



Keith, Jim; Kelly, Estil; Martin, Lena; Matthews, 
Roger; Mayfield, Stephen; McKinney, Vernon; 
Melton, Delpha; Mitchell, Mary; Moore, Doris. 



Moore, R. V.; Murff, Gladys; Murphy, Patrick; 
Nahmiss, Desdemona; Nelms, Mary,- Odom, 
Pat; Owens, Billy; Patrick, Bonnie; Perry, Ger- 
aldine. 

Pribble, Judy; Proffitt, Irene; Pruitt, Mary; 
Reedy, Ronnie; Richie, Larry; Robert, Corrie; 
Rumple, Doris; Sears, Connie; Shadowens, 
Roger. 

Siegman, Max; Smith, Charles; Smith, Larry; 
Smock, Gordon; Snow, Bal; Terrill, Joe; 
Thompson, Ed; Thompson, Kathenne; Track- 
well, Don. 



Webb, Mary; West, Alfred; Williams, Doris; 
Williams, Deanna; Williams, John; White, 
Geo; Wright, Virginia; Yates, Geneviene. 




SOPHOMORES 

Abel, Pascal; Allbright, Shelia; Allen, Micheal; 
Allison, Janice; Avant, Frank; Baird, Nancy; 
Baker, Gloria; Baker, Judy; Bennett, Mari- 
lyn. 

Bird, David; Board, David; Bock, Virginia; 
Boone, Charles; Burgess, Ann; Burgett, Bob; 
Brown, Betty Sue; Cannon, Richard; Capps, 
Betty. 



Carroll, MaryAnn; Carroll, Walter; Carter, 
Betty; Carter, David; Chandler, James; Clair, 
Roselyn; Clark, Delores; Clark, Jerome,- Con- 
don, Diana. 

Conover, Bill; Cook, Harold; Cook, Juanita; 
Cooper, Patty; Curran, Dixie Lee; Davis, 
James; Davis, Karla; Davis, Lemmie,- Davis, 
Russell. 



Dennis, Phyllis; Dixon, Charles; Driver, Mary; 
Dugar, Don; Duncan, Martha; Dunn, Kenneth 
S.,- Eads, Billy; Earley, Janet; Edmond, James. 



Ellis, Melvin; Fraley, Paul; Fuqua, Larry; 
Gholdson, Doris; Grimsley, Tommy; Hahn, 
John; Hainley, John; Hall, Dora; Hardman, 
Richard. 



Harris, Janet; Heath, Larry; Hill, Sandra; Hol- 
ler, Mike; Hope, James; Hopkins, Patricia; 
Horton, Brenda,- Hoskins, Leon; Huffman, Sue. 



Hutchins, Florena; Jennings, Jo; Johnson, Arm- 
stead; Johnson, Joe; Johnson, Lena; Jones, 
Helen; Jones, Jack; Kennedy, Carolyn; Kern, 
Janice. 

Kilmer, Harry; Kingery, Roger; Linkon, Sandra; 
Lyng, William; Marsh, Carol; Martin, Nor- 
man; Mathewson, Bill; Mathewson, Harriet; 
McBee, Gloria. 

McBride, Myrel; McGregor, William; McGuf- 
fey, Jerry; McKee, Judy; Miles, Lois,- Miller, 
Sherry; Moore, Cleotha; Moss, Bill; Mullinix, 
Judy. 



Murff, Charles; Murphy, Carol; Murrell, Ra- 
mona; Nickens, James; Ott, Carolyn; Pad- 
gett, Barbara; Pate, George; Pate, Mary; Pate, 
Robert. 



Perdue, Patsy; Pierson, Linda; Price, Billy; 
Prince, Norma; Purvis, Patty; Rexroat, Grethel; 
Root, Gale; Scaggs, Steven; Clark, Joan. 











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Sherrill, Sandy; Slation, Lee; Smock, Clyde M. ; 
SjTiock^Genej Stephens, Janet; Steward, Ruth; 
Suits, James; Sullivan, Ronnie; TeVault, Bar- 
bara. * 



Trueman, Diane; Vanhorn, Jimmie; Walton, 
Jerome; Ward, Sue; Ware, William; Warner, 
Joe; Weaver, Richard, White, Delores; Wick, 
Ronald. 

William, Edwards; Wilson, Donna; Wilson, 
Jerry; Winston, Wilburt; Wundrum, Don; 
Aguilar, Carmen; Abrams, Arvin; Allen, Rosa- 
lyn; Asbery, Sylvia. 

FRESHMEN 

Bailey, Danny; Bailey, Leroy; Barra, Alana; 
Bayer, Jimmy; Beal, George; Bear, Mildred; 
Beasley, Eugene; Bennett, Rosemary; Biggers, 
Nancy. 

Black, Dwaine; Bolin, Steve; Bolton, Larry; 
Bonnstein, Sheila; Born, Linda,- Bowman, Da- 
vid; Brandt, Charles; Brashear, Larry; Brow- 
der, Phyllis. 

Brown, Barbara; Brown, Bonnie; Brown, 
George; Brown, Virginia; Burton, Basil; Byers, 
Larry; Cannon, Nancy; Capps, Douglas; Car- 
penter, Fred. 



Carney, Jack; Carter, Evan; Cassetty, Bessie, 
Cecil, James; Charlton, Joanne, Chicola, Kay; 
Cloyd, Larry; Coats, Shirley; Cordell, Don. 



Cosby, Sandy; Coulter, Carol; Cox, Lonnie,- 
Curtis, Betty; Dalton, Edna; Davis, Donald; 
Deanng, Sandra; Definio, Charlotte; Dicker- 
son, Judy. 

Dickerson, Norma; Ditch ley, Lillian; Dorsey, 
John; Duncan, Daniel; Duncan, Jim; Earls, 
Arnold; Eaton, Lila; Edwards, Helen; Edlndge, 
Donna. 



Engle, Norma; Estes, Robert; Evans, Frank; 
Eversole, Larry; Fischer, Joe; Fox, Marilyn; 
Fugua, Martha; Fulton, Nancy; Gawel, Fran- 
ces. 

Gill, Danny; Gill, George; Glaser, Kenneth; 
Glover, Roy; Gray, Bill; Gregory, Ronald; 
Greene, Elizabeth, Gribben, Larry, Gunim, 
Hobert. 



Hall, Betty; Hardcastle, Franklin; Hardman, 
Ethel, Hayes, Carolyn; Herdlebaugh, Larry; 
Herdon, Delia; Holler, Erma; Holman, Jack; 
Holmes, Robert. 



FRESHMEN 

Hooker, Barbara; Horning, George; Horton, 
Ronny; Hughes, Phyllis; Hughey, Charles; Hut- 
chinson, Thad; Jackson, Joyce; Jacobs, Chris; 
Jeffries, Mike. 

Jenkins, Janie; Johnson, Carolyn; Johnson, 
Joe; Jones, Don; Keeley, Donald; Kemper, 
Frankie; Kennedy, Joseph; Kern, Barbara; 
Kern, Karen. 

Kerr, Comer; Kerr, Mary,- Kimbrough, Spurges; 
LaFollette, Jim; Lavender, Elizabeth; Lawson, 
Richard; Lee, Sandy; Lewis, Barton; Lewis, Ken- 
neth 



Lillard, Don; Lindop, Linda; Linne, Rosella; 
Locke, Doris; Loflin, John; Lotshaw, Barbara; 
Manix, Eddie; Mathews, Eddie; McAdams, 
Jim. 

McCall, Jim; McCall, Sharon; McCarty, Carol; 
McCauley, Sharon; McCloud, Larry; McCoin, 
Bonnie; Mclntyre, James; Mclntyre, Marvin; 
McGrone, Frank. 

McKinney, Geraldine; McSwine, Eloise; Mea- 
dor, Lanny; Meadows, Linda; Meadows, 
Steve; Mike, Benny; Miller, Bob; Mitchell, Ron- 
ald; Mitchmer, William. 

Mogle, Sharon; Montgomery, Harold; Moore, 
Sharon; Morgan, Diane; Morris, Byron; Mo- 
ziwgo, Wendell; Murff, Delia; Murphy, Lin- 
zie; Myers, Charlotte. 

Nanny, Minnie; Necessary, Johnnie; Nichols, 
Tommy; Norton, Ray; O'Haver, Robert; Payn§, 
Nancy; Payton, Ellen; Pedigo, Carol; Perkins, 
Pat. 

Phelps, Nancy; Poppino, John; Porter, Lionel; 
Price, Gertha; Rackemann, Alan; Ramage, 
Betty; Ramsey, Norma Jo; Reed, Linda; Rem- 
mel, Carolyn. 

Rife, Tommy; Robinson, Shirley; Rumple, Bob- 
by; Russell, Wendel; Saters, Linda; Seawood, 
Ruby; Sedam, Charles; Settles, Jim; Shane, 
Jerry. 

Shepherd, Joann; Shields, James; Shoemaker, 
Kay; Sigman, Karen; Simmons, Harold; Sin- 
clair, Richard; Smith, Carl; Smith, Grozi; Smith, 
Margaret. 



Smith, Willie; Snyder, Martha; Shaw, Steven; 
Spain, Leonard; Spaulding, Thomas; Spooner, 
Henry; Sprong, Ronnie; Stone, Lola; Sutton, 
Linda. 



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Schwartz, Paul; Swails, Wesey; Taylor, Jona- 
tha; Taylor, Suzanne; Thompson, Betty; Thomp- 
son, RaBon; Tindle, Larry; Trisler, Ronald; 
Troy, Danny. 

Tyler, Isadar; Wade, Norman; Walker, Ruth; 
Warner, Caro; West, Betty; Westmore, Dons; 
Wheat, Barbara; Wheeler, Nancy; Whefsel, 
Joe. 



White, Jackie; White, Jesse; Williams, Carlos; 
Williams, Laura; Woodmansee, Don; Wood- 
rum, Damon; Wright, Elizabeth; Young, Jack; 
Apple, Carol. 

EIGHTH GRADE 

Asbery, Bernard; Baker, Brenda; Baird, Shar- 
on; Barr, Charles; Bean, Janice; Bear, Carl; 
Black, Idealia; Blackaby, Kathryn; Brandlers, 
Vincent. 

Bratton, Billy; Briner, Patricia; Bronstein, Rose; 
Bowman, Oscar; Brummett, Jim; Brummett, 
Joyce; Burchett, Norman; Burgess, Carolyn; 
Burns, Sharon. 



Butler, Robert; Bunch, David; Campton, Anna; 
Capps, Lillian; Carnes, Carolyn; Carny, Tony; 
Carter, Bobby; Carter, Clarence; Carter, Wal- 
ter. 

Cassetty, Mary; Caudell, Rita; Chandler, Bob- 
by; Chapman, William; Childers, Raymond; 
Clauss, Jerry; Collins, Judith; Collins, Ray; 
Coppage, Delena. 

Cosgrove, Catherine; Cox, Ronnie; Crawley, 
Kenneth; Cross, Patricia; Crowder, Dora; 
Damrell, Eddie; Davis, Karen; Dayhuff, Steven; 
Dennison, Patty. 

Dietrich, Geraldine; Dowdell, Catherine; 
Dunn, Margaret; Edwards, Bonnie; Eldndge, 
Dennis; Eldndge, Mary; Evans, Warren; 
Everts, Jeanette; Foster, Ruth Ann. 

Fox, Patty; Frentress, Claudette; Gardner, 
Nancy; Garland, Brenda; Garmon, June; 
Gawel, James; George, Skippy; George, 
Thomas; Goodin, Vernon. 

Goodin, Virginia; Gray, William; Green, 
Mary; Gregory, Sandra; Grubbs, Judy; Grubbs, 
LeRoy; Hammond, Earlene; Hanka, Madeline; 
Hopkins, Janice. 

Harper, Joyce; Haskell, Don; Hawkins, Janice; 
Hayes, Florena; Hayes, Mike; Hayes, Pauline; 
Hendnckson, Kenny,- Higgs, Sandra; Holler, 
Sandra. 



EIGHTH GRADE 

Holler, Ruby; Holloway, Mullins; Holloway, 
Paula; Hougland, Anita: Hurt, Calvin; lannuz- 
zi, Frank; Arthur, Janis; Jenkins, Eddie; John- 
son, Harriet. 



Johnson, Ledale; Johnson, Letha; Johnson, 
Phillip; Jones, Charles; Jones, Nancy; Justice, 
Johnny; Karamanus, Bernard; Kauffman, San- 
dra; Keatts, Virginia. 

Kendall, Joan; Kennedy, Mildred; Kilgore, 
Norma; Kinnaman, Alta; Kitchens, Betty; 
Knight, Marcella; Knox, Clarence; Kratz, Vir- 
ginia; Lawson, Shirley. 



Lee, Jerry; Lepper, Herbert; Lewis, Dale; Lew- 
is, Patrick; Linke, Jean; Linke, Joyce; Linne, 
Elmer; Loeblin, Pamela; Long, Ann. 

Long, Betty; Lowe, Ronald; Lucas, Steve; 
Lynch, Marilyn; Lynne, Geraldine; Lynn, Jim- 
my; Magnes, Rickie; Mohuren, Bob; Maple, 
Mary. 



Marsh, Sandra; Massey, Jim; Mathews, Pearl; 
Mattingly, Lynn; May, Tommy; McDaniels, 
Richard; McCurlaugh, John; McCoin, Pat; Med- 
lock, Michael. 



Miller, Joann; Miller, John; Miller, Ray; Maak, 
Paul; Mogle, Connie; Moore, Andrew; Moore, 
Dean; Murff, Lurline; Nance, Sue. 



Neal, John; Oltean, Nick; Parnell, Pat; Pate, 
Jewell; Payton, Geraldine; Peed, David; Pen- 
nington, William; Pennington, Zelda; Petro, 
David. 

Pierpont, Bob; Phelps, Vera Mae; Phillips, 
Mildred; Poteet, Chessie; Powell, Michael; 
Price, John; Price, Wilma; Prince, Dorothy; 
Pritchet, Charlotte. 

Pullen, Jesse; Purdy, Lois; Rexrant, Judy; Rex- 
roat, Ronnie; Reynolds, Myrtle; Richards, Jua- 
nita; Richards, Steve; Richardson, Thomas; 
Roberts, Donna. 

Rose, Barbara; Ross, Marie; Rumple, Tony; 
Russell, Carolyn; Salisbury, Barbara; Sanders, 
Audrey; Settles, Billy; Schrieber, Lynn; Shaff- 
ner, Sharon. 



Shaw, Thelma; Shockley, Mary; Skaggs, Chest- 
er; Skeell, Delores; Smith, Barbara; Smith, 
Bennie; Smith, Mary Ann; Smith, Robert. 



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Smith, Robert; Snoke, Pat; Spence, Vena; 
Stanton, Stephan; Statzer, Myrma; Steenborge, 
Danny; Stewart, Dora; Stewart, Janice; Still, 
John. 



Still, Lloyd; Strickling, Emma; Stoneburner, 
Michelle; Swatts, Jacqueline; Tabak, Morris; 
Tallent, Jimmy; Tarr, Juanita; Tarr, Kenneth; 
Terrill, James. 

Tevault, Bobby; Thacker, Weldon; Thomas, 
Judy; Trimbrook, David; Todd, Bonnie; Trues- 
dale, Ralph; Tyler, Willabee; VanDevanter, 
Marit; Walters, Robert. 

Wallace, Cynthia; Warren, Victoris; Weimer; 
Weller, Sherman; Wells, Barbara; West, Ro- 
bert; Wheat, Betty; Wheeler, Phyllis; White, 
Sandra. 

SEVENTH GRADE 

Williams, Sherry; Willis, Toni; Woodcock, 
Bobby; Worthington, Alberta; Wray, Roscoe; 
Wright, Karen; Youngblood, Mae; Adair, 
Carolyn; Adams, Geraldine. 

Andrews, Rosie; Armour, Marlenea; Atwood, 
Arvine; Baker, Michael; Bach, Berniece; Badg- 
ley, Larry; Ballard, William; Ballinger, Ethel; 
Barra, Adela 



Bean, Don; Bechman, Mike; Belew, Elaine; 
Bettner, Donna; Bettner, Patricia; Bewley, Den- 
nis; Black, Ronald; Blade, Danny; Board, Pa- 
tricia. 



Bova, Mike; Bramlett, Gloria; Brandt, Dean; 
Branham, Betty; Brannon, Sue; Britt, Robert; 
Brown, Alice; Brown, David; Brown, Robert. 



Bufant, Sharon; Butler, Doris; Calderon, An- 
drew; Caldwell, Stur ; Campbell, Anna; Cana- 
dy, James; Cantrell, Nancy; Capps, William; 
Carpenter, Joann. 

Carroll, Paul; Carter, Lettie; Carter, Shirley; 
Carter, Terry; Carter, Tony; Chapman, Dar- 
lene; Chapman, James; Clark, William; Clif- 
ford, John. 



Coe, Elmer; Cook, Eddy; Constant, Ronald; 
Cooper, Dennis; Cowler, Betty; Cox, David; 
Crabtree, Nim; Crawford, Bill; Crider, John. 



Crossley, Sharon; Cundiff, Janet; Daval, Bar- 
bara; Devney, Jimmy; Dobbs, Linda; Eads, 
Gloria; Eakins, Jackie; Ellis, Sandra; El I ■ ng- 
wood, Jerry. 



SEVENTH GRADE 

Engel, Robert; Estle, Denny,- Evans, Alice; 
Evans, LeRoy; Evans, Louise; Everts, Donald; 
Ferguson, George; Fickle, Lula; Floyd, Herbert. 



Foote, Patty; Froxell, Donald; Gammons, 
Ruby; Gammons, Shirley; Gardner, Gail; Gib- 
bons, Patricia; Gibons, Patricia; Gilliam, De- 
lores; Glover, Roger. 



Goldsmith, Aaron; Gray, Sharon; Gregory, 
Jimmy; Gregory, Johnny; Griffith, Adda; 
Grima, Leon; Grizzle, Patty, Grunden, Sandra; 
Hamilton, Emily. 

Hardcastle, Rosielee; Hardcastle, Wilma; 
Hardman, Wanda; Harmon, Marel; Harville, 
Linda; Hayes, Alberta; Hazelip, Marilyn; 
Heath, Monty; Herndon, George. 

Hill, June; Hillman, David; Hines, Monna; 
Hogeu, Diana; Hord, Willma; Horton, Janet; 
House, Jane; Hyatt, Floyd; Jackson, Anne. 



Jackson, Connie; Jackson, Dave; Jackson, Er- 
ma; Jarrell, Connie; Jewell, Linda; Johnson, 
Doris, Johnson, Nancy; Jones, Stanley; Kemp- 
er, Sherril. 

Kendall, Mary; Kennedy, Pat; Kern, Susan; 
Kimbley, George; Kimmell, Raymond; Kingery, 
Jimmy; Kirkham, Melvin; Kitchens, Mike; 
Knight, Jim. 

Knight, Robert; Lair, Phyllis; Lakins, Bern; 
Longford, Marilyn; Lane, Bryan; Leake, De- 
loris; Lemons, Janice; Linke, Vicki; Lloyd, Mar- 
ilyn. 

Lookebill, Colenna; Long, Carolyn; Lotshaw, 
Davis; Loy, Berry; Ludlow, Michael; Ludlow, 
Stephen; Marks, Sherry; Mauro, Clara; Marsh, 
Virginia. 

Marshall, James; Martin, Sharon; Mayfield, 
Laraine; Moyes, Bobbie; McBride, Judith; Mc- 
Cloud, Marva; McCullough, Lillie; McDowell, 
Woodrow; Mclntyre, Donald. 

McKinney, Jerry; McKenzie, Marilyn; Melton, 
Lorene; Meyer, Mary; Mills, Norman,- Mink, 
Shirley; Monroe, Wayne; Moore, Lee; Morri- 
son, Betty. 

Morrison, Billy; Mozingo, Raymond; Mun- 
dew, Margaret; Nancy, Carolyn; Naylor, Dor- 
othy; Nelis, Sharon; Nelms, Mickey; Newton, 
Wayne; Nichols, Betty. 




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Overton, Beverly; Pack, Mary; Padgett, Del- 
bert; Padgett, Johnnie; Padgett, Leona; Parks, 
Jack; Parks, Velma; ^euris, Janet Marie. 



Pennington, Chester; Pennington, Ralph; Perry, 
Ronald; Pierson, Paul; Polston, Glenn; Presslor, 
Paul; Price, Linda; Proctor, Billy. 



Quinlan, Larry; Riffe, Karen; Riley, Sue; Rob- 
bins, Frank; Rhude, Robert; Ruddick, Donna; 
Scruggs, Donald; Scales, John. 



Schaefer, Jean; Schaefer, John; Scmedel, 
Lynne; Sharp, David; Shaw, Janice; Shotts, 
Phillip; Silverman, Richard; Simmonne, Aquilar 



Simmerman, Lynne; Smith, James; Smith, Kar- 
en; Smith, Robert; Smith, Sandra; Snoke, Dan- 
iel; Snyder, Alleen; Sours, Diana. 



Spivey, Christine; Spreen, Brenda; Stanger, 
Judy; Staples, Loretta; Sterling, Juanita; St. 
Clair, Preston; Stoneburner, Terri; Strong, 
Martha 



Sfyring, Bill; Sullivan, Linda; Swatts, Eileen; 
Swatts, Kathleen; Tapps, Porter; Taylor, Peg- 
gy; Terry, Billy; Tharp, Carol. 



Thomerson, Ruby; Travis, Margaret; Van Horn, 
Geraldine; Johnson, Violet; Vinard, Martha; 
Wamscott, Carol; Wallen, JoEllen; Wallace, 
Junior. 



Walton, Henrietta; White, Barbara; White, 
Cecil; Whitley, Gaile; Wills, Dorothy Sue; 
Wilber, Ruby; William, Willy,- Williams, Edith. 



Williams, Larry; Willoughby, David; Wills, 
David; Wilson, Billy; Wilson, Charles; Wilson, 
Loretta; Wilson, Sondra; Wolfla, Danny. 



Womack, Ronnie; Workman, Fred; Wright, 
Alice; Wright, Deloise; Wright, Myron. 



SPECIAL EDUCATION 



Adams, James; Aldio, Joe; Allen, Stephen; 
Alley, Robert; Apple, William; Bach, David; 
Balls, Melvin; Baldwin, John; Baskerville, Da- 
vid 

Bayless, Beverly; Beaver, Tom; Berry, Donna; 
Bess, Arthur; Bess, Howard; Blakemore, James; 
Blumenstock, Jim; Blumenstock, Tom; Bohanon, 
Cheryl. 

Bolton, Bobby; Bray, John; Brittan, Rita; Brow- 
der, Carolyn; Brown, Winton; Bumps, Judy; 
Burns, David; Capps, Shirley; Campbell, Den- 
nis. 

Carson, Ed; Cave, Peggy; Cheatam, Charles; 
Clenter, Douglas; Coffman, Stephen; Collins, 
Robert; Cooksey, Ruth Ann; Cooper, Franklin; 
Coppage, Floyd. 



Corcoran, Mike; Corbin, Will; Cox, John; 
Daft, Billy; Davidson, Barbara; Davis, Douglas; 
Davis, George Ann; Deem, Linda; Depp, Ruby. 

Devine, Patty; Didion, Fredrick; Dillon, Robert; 
Dixon, Herman; Donahue, Stephen; Dougherty, 
Frank; Drake, Vinard; Eaglehof, Bernard; El- 
liott, Shirley. 

Enochs, Chester; Ferguson, Ivan; Fields, Romus; 
Floyd, Sharon; Foster, Judy; Freeman, Robert; 
Froman, Naomi; Garner, Ronald; Garnett, 
Lewis. 

Germanine, Lewis; Glover, Karen,* Grever, 
Christine; Grever, Martin; Grubbs, Fred; 
Hamilton, Edward; Hancock, Carolyn; Harris, 
Alice; Haskell, Paul. 

Hayden, Albert; Hester, Mary; Higgins, Eliza- 
beth; Higgins, George; Hooker, John; Hop- 
kins, Dennis; Hoskins, Ellis; Hughes, Earlene; 
Huskisson, Audry. 

Ipock, Tom; Jacobs, David; Jeffers, Eddie; 
Jenkiris, MaryLou; Jimes, Alfred; Johnson, 
Martha; Kellams, David; Kennedy, Marian; 
Kidwell, Robert. 



Kinney, Phillip; Leach, Irene; Liford, John; 
Lyon, Jay; Maples, Bob; Matrau, Paul; May- 
nard, Garvin; May, Norma; McCloud, James. 

McKinley, Betty; McKinley, Willey; McKinney, 
Earl; Milburn, John; Mitchell, Darrell; Mitchell, 
Ronald; Moffitt, Retter; Mullen, Claude; 
Pounds, Jerry. 



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Phyllis Monroe 
^Marilyn Moore 
Agnus Shaffer 
Robert Wilson 



ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATES: 



Sutton, Patricia; Tyler, Arthur; Withers, Eddie; 
Ashcraft, Dennis; House, Anna Mae. 



LEARNING TO LIVE 



Our Special Education students strive to acquaint themselves with the use of money in business trans- 
actions. This study will aid them in everyday living as well. 





THE BUSIEST WOODCHUCK GRIN AND SHARE IT 



Richard E. Emery lives up to his title of the 
hard working principal of Wood High School. 
Through the five years of Wood's existence, he has 
guided his pupils and staff with kindly understand- 
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These friendly Social Service counselors assist 
students in solving school and home problems. The 
staff is composed of Paul Brown, Jane Swengle, 
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Richard E. Emery, Principal 
Alfred K. Jones, Vice Principal 
Glen R. Miller, Vice Principal 
Mary Ahlemeyer, Special Education 



Julianne Akard, Home Economics 
Warren Angrick, Science 
Eugene Bennett, Special Education 
Barbara Berg, Home Economics 



Sylvia Bird, Nurse 
Claybourne Blue, Special Education 
Jack D. Bowers, Mathematics 
Elwm Brittan, Band 



Marjory Carr, Dental Assistants 
Archie Chadd, Dean of Boys 
Boris Chaleff, Science 
Gertrude Clark, English 



John Coale, Special Education 
Julia Colbert, Mathematics 
Katherine Cooksey, Special Education 
Bernice Colwell, Special Education 



Dorothy Cook, Physical Education 
Dorthea Crites, Home Economics 
Rosemary Cruzan, Art 
Clarence J. Curry, Special Education 



Thomas Davis, Barbering 
Robert Dinwiddie, Industrial Arts 
Alice Eagle, Dean of Girls 
Kenneth Eiler, Business Education 



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Reba Ensor, Business Education 
Nancy Foster, Business Education 
Gary Fox, Social Studies 
Virginia Francisco, Librarian 



Orval Gaines, Mathematics 
Carol Green, Business Education 
Charles Gross, Science 
Bowman Hall, Science 



Pat Hallagan, Art 
Gerald Haslet, Auto Body 
May Hert, Special Education 
Rilus Hill, Social Studies 



Clyde Hochstedler, Mathematics 
Floreen Jefry, Dean of Girls 
Ruth Jenkinson, English 
Lyle Johnson, Industrial Arts 



Margaret Keller, Music 
John Kenison, Dry Cleaning 
Clark Ketterman, Mathematics 
Mildred Key, Special Education 



Jack Kidwell, Social Studies 
Mar|orie Knebel, Language 
Bruce Laetch, Social Studies 
Marion LaGrotto, Shoe Repair 



Mary Lamb, Special Education 
Anna Lawson, Special Education 
Franz Layer, Special Education 
Kephart Linson, Art. 




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Isabel Meadows, Home Economics 
John Minatel, Special Education 
Myrtle Mize, Art 



Powell Moorehead, Athletics 
Ben Morgan, Special Education 
Sue Munn, Beauty Culture 
Clarence Murphy, Industrial Arts 



Cecelia Neff, Cafeteria 
Mary Newman, Home Economics 
Fredrick A. Parker, Mathematics 
Ruth Perkins, Physical Education 



Nancy Prante, English 
Olive Purdy, Gifted 
Cheryl Rau, English 
William Saler, Mathematics 



Margaret Schilling, English 
Kristin Shipley, English 
William Siedlecki, Social Studies 
Margaret Smith, Home Economics 



Paul Smith, Science 
James Spear, Social Studies 
Walter Stahlhut, Physical Education 
Darwin Stevens, Business Education 



Frank Svarczkopf, Industrial Arts 
Helen Sweat, Special Education 
Paul Taylor, English 
Alpha Trabant, Science 



FACULTY 



Alpha Trabant, Science 
Ephriam Turner, Industrial Arts 
Thomas Van Lieu, Industrial Arts 
Donald Vornholt, Business Education 



Marion Ware, English 
Julia Weir, Special Education 
Rudolph White, Special Education 
Bruce Wilson, Industrial Arts 



John Wilson, Physical Education 
Hugh Wolf, Social Studies 
Mary Zenor, Music 






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LEFT TO RIGHT: Francis Huter, Sherry Aus- 
tin, Ruth Cummings, Bernice Bradshaw. 




CUSTODIANS 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Jess McCool, Emery Hart, 
Percy Bourne, William Sauter, Loren Coffey, 
Alvie Cole, Don Waggoner. 






THE CROWNING STARS 



The far reaching influence of our school world takes different per- 
sons into the radio world, the world of the stage, the business world, 
and community service. Through participation in school and extra- 
curricular activities many students receive honors in national recogni- 
tion societies. The Hi-Fi Club is shown at the right in their prime func- 
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JUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY 



ROW 1; Bob Miller, Helen Edward, Marie Van DeVanter, Charlotte 
Pritchett, Larry Mc Cloud, Michael Medlock, David Timbrook. ROW 
2: Mildred Phillips, Ann Long, Thelma Show, Pam Loeblin, Marilyn 
Linch, Don Wundrun, Sandy Lee, Phyllis Wheeler, Zelda Pennington, 
Michelle Stoneburner, Bonnie Brown. ROW 3: William Chapman, 
Shirley Coats, Nancy Wheeler, Linda Born, Mary Ann Kerr, Lynn 
Schreiber, Steve Richards, Franklin Hardcastle, Martha Fuqua, Karla 
Davis, Nancy Gardner. ROW 4: David Board, Ray Morton, James Ed- 
mond, Steve Bolin, Roger Kingery, Brenda Horton, Larry Fuqua (Pres.) 
Tommy Grimsley, Marilyn Bennett (Treas.), Sheila Borenstein, Harold 
Montogemry, Walter Corrall, Paul Fraley, Michael Allen. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 

ROW 3: Suzzanne Tinch, Ruth Cummings, Jackie White, Carolyn 
Botscheller, Pamala Lewis, Rayburn Stockinger, Monford Sprong, 
Ruth Janelsin, Ranee Poehlor, Shirley Fraley, Marsha Goodall, Donna 
Fatlom, Jackie Cornett, Barbara Hansen, Shirley Hendrick. ROW 2- 
Joan Shepherd, Mary Nelms, Mary Ann Clark, Lena Johnson, Betty 
Board, Marion Russell, Judy Devney, Virginia Wright, Don Davis, 
Arlette Sherman, Sandra Smith, Norma Ramsey. ROW 1: Janie Jen- 
kins, Lauretta Smith, Anna Elliott, Charlotte Meyers, Sandra Sherrill, 
Sandra Miller, Sharon Jones, Bela Fish, Phyllis Dennis, Mary Bevens. 





CONSERVATION CLUB 



ROW 1: Bill Ware, George Pate, David Carter, Jim Edmond, Bill 
Conover, Bob Burgett, Marvin Mclntyre. ROW 2: Kenneth Dunn, Don- 
ald Hook, Richard Paxton, Bob Lamphier, Bill Paugh, Jim Lamphier. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

ROW 1: Sue Rhude, Florena Hutchins, Secretary, Norma Jo Ramsey, 
Carmen Aguilar, Treasurer, Sharon Williams, Madeline Hanka, Joyce 
Shimp, Bonnie Edwards. ROW 2: Virginia Brown, Carol Pedigo, Mar- 
ian Kennedy, Loretta Bowman, Billie Joyce Black, William Gray, San- 
dra Sherrill, Mary Armour, Donna Roberts. ROW 3- James Adams, 
Linda Sears, Jeanne TeVault, Steve Richards, Larry Richie, Cliff Duf- 
fer, President; Norvin Stone, Vice President; Marilyn Bennett, Kath- 
eryn George, Rose Lillard. 





Y TEENS 



BIBLE CLUB 



ROW 1 : Donna Roberts, Marva McCloud, Patty Foote, Zelda Penning- 
ton, Karen Smith. ROW 2: Dorothy Prince, Clara Maura, Carol Ap- 
ple, Karen Riffe, Marie Van DeVanter, Terry Stoneburner, Sue Byers, 
Pam Loeblin. ROW 3: Carolyn Burgess, Corinne Hudson, Adela Bar- 
row, Connie Skoog, Lynn Mattlngly, Nancy Gardner, Ann Long, Alta 
Kinnaman, Beverly Shone, Mildred Phillips, Virginia Kratz. 



ROW 1: Jerry Shane, Jim LaFollette, Mar|one Strickland, Landa Sa- 
ters, Tom Rife, Earl Summer. ROW 2- Nora Laderson, Edna Balton, 
Norma Engel, Carol Apple, Albert Watermen, Dave Wright, Bobby 
Cline, Donald LaFollette. 





KEY CLUB 



TRI HI Y 



ROW 1: Raymond Hendnck, Secretary; Norvin Stone, Eari Elliston, 
Larry Miller, Ted Fox, Treasurer; David Board, Don Phillips, Michael 
Allen. ROW 2: Larry Fuqua, Richard Kenney, Vice President; Delroy 
Wheat, Bill Phillips, Bill Ware, Cliff Duffer, President, James McKee, 
Michael Ellis. 



ROW 1: Doris Rumple, Karla Davis, Linda Born, Sandra Smith, Bet- 
ty Board-Vice President; Suzanne Tinch, Sharon Mogle, Jackie Cor- 
nett, Dorothy Hill. ROW 2: Peral Danz-Historian; Sondra Carter, 
Mary Nelms-Treasurer; Virginia Bock, Shirley Fraley, Ruta Janelsins, 
Pam Lewis, Ruth Cummings-President; Shirley Hendnck-Secretary; 
Nancy Born. 



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QUILL AND SCROLL 



ROW 1: Virginia Wright, Marilyn Bennett, Norma 

Waldrip. 

ROW 2: Judy Devney, Ruth Cummings. 



THESPIANS 



ROW 1: Barbara TeVault, George Pate, David Car- 
ter, Fred Gholdsen, Bill Ware. 





NATIONAL SENIOR 
HONOR SOCIETY 



ROW 1: Sonja Snyder, Sandra Smith, Norma Wal- 
drip. 
ROW 2-. Pamela Lewis, Bill Phillips, Delroy Wheat, 

Ruth Cummings. 




EXPLORERS POST 434 



ROW 1: Norman Wade, Linsey Murphy, Richard Law- 
son, Danny Steamburger. 

ROW 2: Tom Richardson, Harold Montgomry, Michael 
Allen, John Crider, Michael Powell. 



BOY SCOUTS 



ROW 1: Stephen Allen, Bascom Cox, Marion, Mor- 
gan, Bucky Drake. 

ROW 2: Lonnie Cox, Paul Matron, Ronnie Ponds, Mark 
Nix, Eddie Withers, Gerald Pounds, John Baldwin. 




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BOY SCOUTS 



ROW 1: Norman Wade, John Scales, Jim Padgett, L. 
Murphy, John Padgett. 

ROW 2: Bryan Lane, Don Bean, John Price, David 
Jacobs, George Beal, Danny Steamberger. 
ROW 3: Mike Powell, John Crider, Steve Stanton, Tom 
Richardson, Harold Montgomery, Michael Allen, Rich- 
ard Lawson. 




JUNIOR TOWN MEETING 

LEFT TO RIGHT- Clifford Duffer, Norma Waldnp, Darlene Brewing- 
ton, Ruth Cummings, Delroy Wheat. 



QUIZ 'EM ON THE AIR TEAM 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Harold Bratton, Rose Lillard, Ruth Cummings, Norma 
Waldnp, Joe Terrill, Bill Phillips. 





FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA 



STANDING: Virginia Wright, Paulette Robbms, Irene Bays, Pat Hop- 
kins, Barbara Ross, Beverly Salmon SITTING: Darlene Brewington, 
Anita Barr, Marjorie Strickland, Phyllis Dennis, Sandra Miller. 



ELECTRONICS CLUB 



Clyde Smock, Bal Snow, Ronald Jones, Walter Caroll, Larry Heidle- 
baugh, Robert O'Haver, Harold Bratton, Ronald Black, Paul Pierson, 
Walter Dimitroff, Clifford Duffer. 





COLOR GUARD 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Suzanne Tinch, Shirley Hendrick, Virginia Bock, Pat 
Odom. 



HEWETTES 



ROW 1: Ruta Janelsin, Pam Lewis, Marilyn Bennett, Gladys Murff, 
Virginia Bock, Shirley Hendrick, Henrietta Jackson, Elizabeth Green, 
Joann Clark, Frances Murff, Ann Whaling, Mary Webb, Mary Ann 
Clark, Fiorina Hutchins, Carol Deveny, Johnetta Hutchins, Suzanne. 
Tinch, Gail Root, Dorothy Hill. 





HISTORICAL CLUB 



ROW 1: Jerry Shane, Linda Saters. ROW 2: Evonne Carter, Larry 
Heidlebaugh, Carmen Aguilar. ROW 3: Frank Hardcastle, Ray Nor- 
ton, Dennis Zompetti. 



GIRLS SCOUTS 



ROW 1: Barbara Davidson, Rita Bnttan, Earline Hughes, Esther Smith. 
ROW 2: Ruth Kish, Rickie Brake, Barbara Johnston, Nora Mae Green, 
Suzanne Shallot. ROW 3: Peggy Reppert, Marion Kennedy, Beverly 
Bayless, Dorothy Wills, Margaret Plulips. 




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VALLEY OF THE NILE 

Wood High School's fourth annual SHOW- 
CASE opened with a scene at the court of Aahames, 
Pharaoh of Egypt. The nobles and ladies of the 
court danced and sang but failed to prevail 
against the love of the Princess for the prisoner, 
Diemetrius. 



THE MALT SHOP 

The SHOWCASE next told the story of a high 
school group meeting for malts and party plans. 
A new girl appeared in their midst, attracting the 
undivided attention of every boy present. The girls 
realized in time that only a change from jeans to 
dresses would save the day. 




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HOLIDAY MAGIC 

In the final act Wood students traveled to 
countries far away. A reluctant husband decided a 
holiday abroad wasn't so bad after all when he 
met some girls dancing among the tulips of Hol- 
land and lovely senoritas in Spain. 



CURTAIN TIME 

The lights are down, as Ronnie Mitchell pre- 
pares for a performance. Without the help and 
knowledge of the stagecrew, many plays, pro- 
grams, and auditoriums could not be held. 





GUIDED MISSILES 



Our athletes are the magnets which draw interest from outer space. 
Our teams and our students have learned the importance of teamwork, 
not only in play but also in work. During athletic games co-operation 
and good sportsmanship are learned by both players and fans. These 
are valuable lessons and will serve well throughout a lifetime. 




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VIM-VIGOR-VITALITY 

The peppy cheer squads serve as the spark plug to Wood Highs en- 
thusiasm. SEATED: Gertha Price, Norman Wade, Sharon Mogle, Lin- 
da Lindop. KNEELING- Jean TeVault, Nancy Baird. STANDING: Del- 
roy Wheat, Helen Jones, and Rosemary Hargis. 



WEARERS OF THE W 

The Lettermen s Club is composed of members of sporting teams who 
have earned their valued letter. ROW 1: Ernest, Cosby, Joe Pinner, 
Delroy Wheat, Melvin Cobb, John Phillips, Mike Ellis, George Brown, 
Ray Hendrick. ROW 2: Charles Smith, Walbert Winson, Percy John- 
son, Wilson, Lorick, Fred Gholdson, Ralph Avnaim, Jerry Wilson, 
Robert Crane, Ronald Orr. 




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THE MEN BEHIND THE SCENES 



Through the sports year many people are responsible for the coaching of the athletic 
teams. These men give willingly their time for the athletic program. They earn not only the re- 
spect of their squads but of the. whole school. 



VARSITY RECORD 



Wood 


7 


Franklin 





Wood 


33 


Anderson Highland 


13 


Wood 


13 


North Central 


19 


Wood 


7 


University Bloomington 


13 


Wood 


42 


Madison Heights 





Wood 


7 


Sacred Heart 


20 


Wood 


27 


Ben Davis 


7 


Wood 


6 


Attucks 


19 



FOOTBALL FORMULA 



Under the direction of the new football coach, 
Gary Fox, the Wood team scored four victories. Wil- 
son Lorick, left end, was nominated to honorable 
mention on the "All City Football Team." The high- 
light game of the football season was the defeat of 
Ben Davis. The returning lettermen are looking for- 
ward to next season's games. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 



ROW 1: Ernest Cosby, Curtis Beamon, Jim Suits, Russell Davis, Ronald Jones, George Brown, William Mc- 
Dowell, Willie Smith. 

ROW 2: Leonard Evans, Manager, Richard Davis, Ray Hendrick, Joe Pinner, Wilbert Winston, Michael Ellis, 
Randall Kitckens, Jerry Wilson, Bob Crane, Pascal Abel, Charles Murff, Frank Svarczkoph, Coach. 
ROW 3: Walter Stahlhut, Coach, Percy Johnson, Kenny Griffin, Charles Smith, Frank McGrone, Wilson Lor- 
ick, Jerry Griffin, Jerome Clark, George Darden, Joe Dudley, Carol Parks, Armstead Johnson, Gary Fox, 
Coach. 
















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VARSITY RECORD 



Wood 


55 


Whiteland 


38 


Wood 


41 


Franklin Twp. 


32 


Wood 


51 


Scecina 


60 


Wood 


51 


Decatur Central 


53 


CITY TOURNEY 


CITY TOURNEY 




Wood 


50 


Manuel 


52 


Wood 


52 


Brownsburg 


67 


Wood 


58 


Center Grove 


54 


Wood 


74 


Warren Central 


65 


Wood 


60 


Washington 


64 


Wood 


61 


Cathedral 


50 


Wood 


63 


Greenwood 


56 


Wood 


43 (overtime) 


Lawrence Central 


46 


Wood 


51 


Manuel 


56 


Wood 


45 


Pike 


31 


Wood 


38 


Plamfield 


40 


Wood 


65 


Sacred Heart 


52 


Wood 


45 


Crispus Attucks 


65 


Wood 


54 (Sectional) 


Tech 


75 



SHOOTING STARS 



Starting the season with one returning regular, 
the varsity basketball team record stood at .500 with 
an 8 and 8 season record. The highlight of the season 
was the victory over the then undefeated Cathedral. 
The spirit shown at the Manual games proved to 
make these the most exciting events of the basketball 
season. Coached by Powell Moorehead the squad was 
a well respected opponent to many teams in the area. 
Bill Pate led the team in season scoring followed by 
Wilson Lorick. Wood closed the season by leading 
Tech in the Sectionals at the end of the first quarter 
17-16. Later they fell behind as the game progressed. 



ROW 1: Donald Phillips, Manager,- Wilbert Winston, Richard Davis, Ronald Orr, Joe Pinner, George Brown, 
Ray Hendrick, Ronald Remmell, Manager. 

ROW 2: Pal Moorehead, Coach; Richard E. Emery, Melvin Cobb, Robert Pate, Wilson Lorick, Bill Pate, Fred 
Gholdson, R. V. Moore, Johnie Wilson, Coach; William Saler, Coach. 





RESERVE 



ROW 1: R. V. Moore, Wilbert Winston, Wm. McGraver, Mike 
Ellis, Larry Fuqua, Tony Bova, Melvin Ellis, Richard Davis. ROW 
2: R. E. Emery, Tommy Grimsley, Jerome Clark, Bill Ware, Bob 
Pate, Charlie Murff, Coach Bill Saler. 



SEVENTH GRADE 

ROW 1: Mickey McDowell, Mclntyre, Porter Tapps, J. W. Smith, 
James Smith, Jim Devney, Robert Smith ROW 2: Mr. Walt 
Stahlhut, George Ferguson, Raymond Mazingo, Norman Mills, 
Leon Grimes, Arvine Atwood, Raymond Kimmel, Issac Mayberry. 





TRACK 



ROW 1: R. V. Moore, Richard Davis, Cleotha Moore, Larry McCloud. 
ROW 2: George Wright, Armstead Johnson, Willie Smith, Jim Suits. 
ROW 3: John Wilson, Coach; George Brown, Melvin Cobb, Ralph 
Avnaim, Bill Price, Walt Staulhut, Coach. 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Melvin Cobb, Larry Fuqua, Tommy Grimsley, Roger Kingery, Steve 
Meadows, William Saler, Coach. 





GOLF 



ROW 1: Fraley, Paul; Board, David; Carrol, Walter. ROW 2: Saler, 
Bill (Coach); Sprong, Ronnie; Gholdson, Fred; Fugua, Larry ; Kilmer, 
Harry. 



WRESTLING 

ROW 1: Cosby, Ernest; Williams, Bucky; Porter, Lionel; Thompson, 
Herb; Moore, Cleotha; Kmgery, Roger; Waterman, Al; McCall, Jim; 
Nickens, James. ROW 2: Svarczkops, Frank (Coach); Wilson, Jerry; 
Carter, Jack; Suits, Jim; Crittenden, Paul; McCrone, Frank; Johnson, 
Armstead; Davis, Leroy; Jackson, Jack; Wilson, Bruce (Coach). 





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Officers and Sponsors of Wood High School Bank 




Wood High School is one of the few schools with banking facilities 
available to its students. A system of saving and checking follows regular 
banking procedures. 

Officers in charge of this endeavor are chosen from classes in math- 
ematics. The sponsors shown are officials of a local bank. 



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HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

JEWELERS 
TO 

WOOD 

HIGH 

SCHOOL 



REPRESENTATIVE 

JOHN MARSHALL 

PUBLISHER OF THE '58 WOOD LOG 



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The senior pictures and the faculty panels of 
the 1958 Log were taken by the Loudermilk 
Studio. 



Featuring PERSONALIZED PORTRAITURE, the 
studio is equipped to give top quality work 
for those who want their photographs to be 
the best. 




STARK & WETZEL & CO., INC 



602 West Ray 



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BORDEN'S ICE CREAM 



131 North Alabama 



Me 2-3451 



KINGAN DIVISION HYGRADE 
FOOD PRODUCTS CORPORATION 



SEVEN-UP BOTTLERS 
& DISTRIBUTERS 



55 South Blackford 



Me 1-1381 



651 East 20 



Wa 3-4545 



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SOUTHERN TRIANGLE 

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Rd 67 
1 Mile South of Raymond St. 
Large Dining and Banquet Room 
Ideal for Parties and Banquets 



"The Meeting and Eating 
Rendevous on the South Side" 
4100 South, U.S. Rd 31, Indpls., Ind. 



COUTH Einr CIRCLE 




eJLjr'we-Jsn 



NEARLY-NEW SHOP 



2258 N. Meridian 



HURRLE SPORTING 
GOODS 



1002 S. Meridian 



Me 2-1127 



EM-ROES' SPORTING 
GOODS 



STAHLHUT'S JEWELRY STORE 



209 W. Washington 



Me 4-3446 



Fountain Square 



Me 8-8687 



Coca Cola 
Bottling Co. 




Madison Avenue 



Flower Shop 




S-S-JIS-SPARKLE! 

Have 
a Coke! 



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Bottled under authority of The Coco-Colo Company I i 



2457 Madison Ave. 



St 4-4446 



The girl of your dreams 

deserves the best, 

and the best is 

all we have. 



Especially j&fi, y&u. . . 



PORTRAITS 



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SCHOOL 
PICTURES 

INDIANAPOLIS 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



PASSO'S DRUGSTORE 
802 S. Meridian Me 7-7667 



KEY CLUB OF 1958 
Boy's Honorary Group 



SHAPIRO'S DELICATESSEN 
808 S. Meridian Me 1-4041 

HARRY E. WOOD 
CHOIR 

GOLDENAIRES 
"Voice of Angels" Girls' Music Group 

HARRY E. WOOD 
National Senior Honor Society 

HARRY E. WOOD 
CONCERT CLUB - Boys Music Group 

EFROYMSON'S DEPT. STORE 
918 S. Meridian Me 1-4040 

HARRY E. WOOD 
TRI-HI-Y 

HARRY E. WOOD 
DAD'S CLUB 

DANDEE BEVERAGE CO. 
327 N. Belmount Me 1- 2404 

MURPHY'S FIVE & TEN 
Fountain Square 



JUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY 
SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 

JUNIOR CLASS OF 1958 

Y TEENS 
Girls Junior High Group 

CARLOS DRIVE-IN BAKERY 
2640 Madison Avenue St. 6-2378 

MILLER'S REGAL MARKET 
215 East Terrace Avenue Me 7-7126 

INDPLS. RUBBER STAMP, INC. 
105 N. New Jersey Me 8-1526 

HI - Fl 
1958 Pep Club 

PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 
Harry E. Wood Chapter 

PEDIGO'S JEWELRY STORE 
Fountain Square 

ZUCKERBERG'S 
South Meridian Street 

CURRY & SONS HEATING 
208 N. Davidson 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 



Avnaim, Ralph 
Baker, Richard Wallace 
Barra, Anita Mae 
Beamon, Curtis James 
Board, Betty Jean 
Botscheller, Carolyn Ann 
Bowman, Mildred Loretta 
Boyd, Alice DeWayne 
Brewington, Martha Darlene 
Britton, Patricia Alice 
Bumps, Gerald Leroy 
Callahan, Marvin Earl 
Capps, Yvonne Dean 
Carter, Jack Eugene 
Caveny, Thomas Wayne 
Clark, Marianne 
Cole, Donald 
Colwell, Margaret Alice 
Cosgrove, Richard Lee 
Crane, Robert Howard 
Cummings, Ruth Ann 
Danz, Pearl Fern 
Darden, George Edward 
Davis, Joann 
Davis, Judy 
Devney, Judy Ann 
Dudley, Joseph Mark 
Duffer, Vernon Clifford 
Edwards, Joe Richard 
Evans, Leonard Michael 
Exton, Alma Marie 
Fox, Theodore 
Griffin, William Kenneth 
Hall, Mellie Elizabeth 
Hansen, Barbara Jean 
Hardacre, Phyllis June 
Hargis, Rosemary Ruth 
Harper, George Marion 
Heath, Gloria Burnette 
Hendrick, Raymond Louis 
Hendrick, Shirley Jean 
Hogan, Robert Francis 
Hogan, Rosemary Frances 
Hollaway, Kenneth Gladney 
Hutchins, Johnetta 
Janelsins, Ruta 
Johnson, Percy Lee 
Keck, James Tyso 
Kesot, Ruthel 



1209 Union Street 
3119 Winthrop Avenue 
38 West Kanasas St. 

818 South Kenwood Ave. 
913 South Missouri St. 
2142 East 34th Street 
1016 West 31st Street 

1210 Lexington Avenue 
1 329 Tabor Street 

16 West Arizona Street 

121 1 Oliver Avenue 
825 Lexington Avenue 
926 Sanders Street 
820 Church Street 
400 East Merrill Street 

933 South Kenwood Avenue 
947 West 28th Street 
2225 West 58th Street 
1011 Lexington Avenue 
1031 North Pennsylvania 
50} East Regent Street 
1121 Church Street 
1041 South Kenwood Ave. 
622 Stevens Street 
1302 Fletcher Avenue 
1860 Singleton Street 
625 West 29th Street 
811 Lexington Avenue 
717 Lexington Avenue 
824 South Senate Avenue 
1226 Harlan Street 
740 South Meridian St. 
1317 Union Street 
1031 South Alabama Street 
705 Sanders Street 
1317 Union Street 
816 Lexington Avenue 
19 North Oriental Street 
951 Prospect Street 
849j Grove Street 
849^ Grove Street 
4913 Ingleside Drive 
4913 Ingleside Drive 
833 English Avenue 
850 South Illinois St. 
2445 South Audubon Road 

819 South Kenwood Ave. 
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SENIOR DIRECTORY (con't) 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



TELEPHONE 



Kinney, Richard Earl 
Lawson, Robert Charles 
Lee, Darlene Sarah 
Lewis, Pamala Darleen 
Lillard, Rose Edna 
Long, Marion Leon 
Lorick, Wilson Hughes 
Martin, Elnora Lavinya 
McKee, James 
McKenzie, Ann Elizabeth 
Miller, Larry Howard 
Miller, Larry Lee 
Moore, Jack Eugene 
Murff, Frances Mae 
Orr, Ronald 
Ott, Sharon Kay 
Parks, Carl 
Paxton, Richard 
Peale, Ida 

Phillips, John Eugene 
Phillips, William Vaughn 
Poehler, Ranee Warren 
Price, Katherine 
Remmell, Herbert Ronald 
Richards, Wanda May 
Russell, Marian 
Sherman, Arlette Marie 
Silcox, Kenneth Paul 
Smith, Lauretta Jean 
Smith, Sandra Jean 
Snyder, Sonja Kay 
Sprong, Monford/ Restel 
Stanton, Louise Rosalie 
Stockinger, RayburnDeon 
Stone, Norvin Sam 
Strickland, Mar|orie Ann 
Tate, George Raymond 
TeVault, Bertha 
Vaughn, Frank 
Vibbert, Don Hayes 
Waldrip, Norma Jean 
Whaling, Anne Therese 
Wheat, Delroy 
Williams, Sandra Lois 
Wright, Virginia Elizabeth 



604 Cottage Avenue 

1218 South Talbott Avenue 

2735 Guilford Avenue 

634 Buchanan Street 

1310 Olive Street 

1132 South West Street 

841 Meikel Street 

240 West 31st Street 

603 Lord Street 

161 West Arizona Street 

909 South West Street 

1016 Union Street 

1246 South Capitol Avenue 

1112 South Kenwood Avenue 

2706 Ethel Avenue 

920 High Street 

316 West 16th Street 

820 East Raymond Street 

1136 South Kenwood Avenue 

305 Sanders Street 

1009 High Street 

944 South New Jersey St. 

1008 Charles Street 

838 Cedar Street 

308 Sanders Street 

1 529 South East Street 

741 Greer Street 

429 West Norwood St. 

464 North Warman Avenue 

1 150 Linden Street 

549 Fletcher Avenue 

1001 Lexington Avenue 

34 East Wilkins Street 

841 Fletcher Avenue 

1024 East Morris Street 

1609 North Delaware Street 

925 South Chadwick Street 

1042 Chadwick Street 

1735 Broadview Terrace 

735 Orange Street 

1402 East 74th Street 

411 East 16th Street 

831 Sanders Street 

914 Miekle Street 

829 Lexington Avenue 



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